“One of the things we have learned through all of this is to not get too high or too low. We take today’s development as positive news and look ahead with guarded optimism.”
The family thanked family members, friends and communities for the support it has received, and asked for continued patience and respect in the road ahead.
“We know how difficult it is to stand idle when something terrible happens, so we thank you for respecting our privacy and giving us space to not only recuperate and rest, but also to ensure that the one thing the attack does not break is our bond as a family. As hard as it is for us to do so, we ask for your continued patience as we work through something for which there is no road map, and there are no instructions.”
Abby Stevens is an intern for the Deseret News Faith and Family sections. She is a recent graduate of Brigham Young University–Idaho. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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